PBC Announces Women's Tennis All-Academic Team

PBC Announces Women's Tennis All-Academic Team

AUGUSTA, GA -- The Peach Belt Conference released the women's tennis All-Academic team from the conference office in Augusta. The team is part of a season-long program recognizing the outstanding accomplishments of PBC student-athletes in the classroom as well as on the field. To be eligible for the All-Academic team, a student-athlete must 1) participate in at least half of his/her team's events and be either a starter or significant contributor; 2) achieved a 3.30 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) and 3) completed at least one full academic year at his or her current institution and has reached sophomore athletic eligibility.

Founded in 1991, the Peach Belt Conference is home to 33 NCAA Division II National Championships. Fourteen member institutions in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida and Alabama compete in 15 championship sports. 2014-15 members are Armstrong State University, Clayton State University, Columbus State University, Flagler College, Francis Marion University, Georgia College, Georgia Southwestern State University, Georgia Regents University, Lander University, University of Montevallo, University of North Carolina at Pembroke, University of North Georgia, University of South Carolina Aiken and Young Harris College.

2014-15 PBC Women's Tennis All-Academic Team

Player School Year Hometown GPA Major (Minor)
Shelby Bickel UNC Pembroke Sr. Cary, N.C. 3.47 Business
Carly Cangelosi Georgia Southwestern Sr. Valdosta, Ga. 3.57 Exercise Science
Camille Clausse-Pujo Georgia College Jr. Bourdeaux, France 3.54 Political Science
Marion Courbis Lander Sr. Paris, France 3.30 Business Marketing/Management
Darina Drozdova Clayton State So. St. Petersburg, Russia 4.00 Communication & Media Studies
Monica Espitia UNC Pembroke Sr. Bogota, Colombia 4.00 Mass Communications
Gisela Font Georgia Regents Jr. La Garriga, Spain 3.76 Pre-Computer Science
Carolina Hernandez Young Harris Jr. Cali, Colombia 3.62 Communication Studies
Kadie Hudgins Young Harris So. Cornelia, Ga. 3.46 Biology
Beatriz Leon Columbus State So. Zaragoza, Spain 3.35 Health & Physical Education
Leigh-Anne McAfee UNC Pembroke Sr. Port Elizabeth, South Africa 3.63 Business
Kristiin Mets Clayton State So. Kuressaare, Estonia 4.00 Politics
Renata Mello Lander Jr. Rio, Brazil 3.97 Business Marketing/Management
Maria Nadal Georgia Regents Jr. Barcelona, Spain 3.63 Marketing
Victoria Ondo Georgia Southwestern Sr. Athens, Ga. 3.35 Psychology
Juanita Ossa Montevallo Jr. Bogota, Colombia 3.71 Accounting
Raluca Pavel Clayton State Jr. Bacau, Romania 3.34 Political Science
Clara Perez Armstrong Sr. Madrid, Spain 3.39 Economics
Maria Pimentel Georgia Regents Jr. Guayaquil, Ecuador 3.43 Political Science
Nikola Polcerova Montevallo Sr. Bratislava, Slovakia 3.95 Management and Finance
Cristalei Polk Georgia College So. Powder Springs, Ga. 3.86 Physics
Macy Polk Georgia College So. Powder Springs, Ga. 3.87 Chemistry (Biology)
Carolina Prats-Millan Armstrong Jr. Palma de Mallorca, Spain 3.34 Nursing
Elena Preadca Columbus State So. Chisinau, Moldova 3.88 Accounting
Alyssa Savill Lander So. Holbrook, Australia 4.00 Business Marketing/Management
Barbora Sebkova Flagler Sr. Prague, Czech Republic 3.97 Accounting
Anna Kate Shaw Georgia Southwestern So. Rabun County, Ga. 3.69 Early Childhood Education
Sydnee Smith Georgia Southwestern Jr. Pelham, Ga. 3.45 Nursing
Kelly Stewart Flagler So. Richmond, Va. 3.65 Strategic Communications/PR
Diana Stomlega Armstrong So Peniscola, Spain 3.82 Health Science
Jamie Thomas Georgia Southwestern So. Waycross, Ga. 3.83 Exercise Science
Gabriela van Ooststroom UNC Pembroke So. Oisterwijk, The Netherlands 3.7 Exercise Science
Marie Vin Georgia Regents So. Belo Horizonte, Brazil 3.42 Political Science